An investigation is underway after passengers complained about a group of off-duty BA flight attendants behaving like drunken 'spoiled brats' during a flight.
Passengers who had spent up to £7,500 for a seat in First and Club premium cabins were reportedly left outraged after BA staff consumed bottles of Champagne and red wine before running amok, screaming and shouting, as well as kissing and "heavy petting".
The incident occurred on 26 January as the off-duty crew flew from London to Washington to pick up other flights.
One onlooker told The Sun: "They were behaving like drunken spoiled brats and were incredibly unprofessional. They were running up and down the aisles, falling over and disturbing passengers. They let the airline down badly."
A BA spokesman said: "We apologise to customers. We're investigating and will take any appropriate action."
The news comes just weeks after a British Airways captain was suspended for the second time in months after allegedly groping a female passenger.
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